Jean Baptiste

Jean Baptiste

Jean-Baptiste is a male French name, originating with Saint John the Baptist, and may refer to any of the following:

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... French Army Eustache Charles d'Aoust Pierre Augereau Alexandre de Beauharnais Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte Louis-Alexandre Berthier Jean-Baptiste Bessières Guillaume-Marie-Anne Brune Jean Françoi ...
List Of Marshals Of The First French Empire - Marshals - Portraits
... Louis Alexandre Berthier Joachim Murat Bon Adrien Jeannot de Moncey Jean-Baptiste Jourdan André Masséna Charles Pierre Francois Augereau Jean Baptiste Bernadotte ...
Jean Baptiste - Persons
... Charles XIV John of Sweden, born Jean-Baptiste Jules Bernadotte, was King of Sweden and King of Norway Charles-Jean-Baptiste Bouc, businessman and political figure in Lower Canada Felix ... Jean-Baptiste Bradel, French draughtsman and engraver Pham Minh Man, short for Jean-Baptiste Phạm Minh Mẫn (Vietnamese Gioan Baotixia Phạm Minh Mẫn), Catholic cardinal priest and archbishop of Ho ...
Charles Beaubien - Biography
... Charles Jean Baptiste Cuillerier dit Beaubien (b. 4 July 1794 at Fort Wayne) was the son of Jean Baptiste Cuillerier dit Beaubien and Marie Anne Lootman dit Barrois ... He married Tacumwah, the mother of Chief Jean Baptiste de Richardville, after a bitter divorce in 1774 from her husband, Antoine Joseph Drouet de la Richerville, a trade rival ...

Famous quotes by jean baptiste:

    As the purpose of comedy is to correct the vices of men, I see no reason why anyone should be exempt.
    Molière [Jean Baptiste Poquelin] (1622–1673)

    What! Would you make no distinction between hypocrisy and devotion? Would you give them the same names, and respect the mask as you do the face? Would you equate artifice and sincerity? Confound appearance with truth? Regard the phantom as the very person? Value counterfeit as cash?
    Molière [Jean Baptiste Poquelin] (1622–1673)

    The absence of the beloved, short though it may last, always lasts too long.
    Molière [Jean Baptiste Poquelin] (1622–1673)